Low Temp Industries (LTI) is an industry leader in design and innovation custom counters for commercial applications. The company builds sophisticated mechanical foodservice technologies which enable businesses in the hospitality space to display and serve their various menu options.
When you think about Hamilton Beach, you might actually wind up thinking about the beach. Mainly, those refreshing, frozen cocktails with the umbrellas and the fruit sticking out of the glass. Those perfectly blended beverages.
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Sandwiches always make a perfect meal. Whether you want to take something with you or have time to sit down and enjoy a meal with friends, sandwiches always fit the bill. This is because there are so many types of sandwiches, and everyone has their favourite. It might be a cold ham and cheese on plain white bread or a gourmet sandwich with goat cheese and meats heated to perfection on toasted artisan bread.
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Who's ready to go back to school? You're probably wondering what kind of question that is to ask right in the middle of summer. But we're not talking homework and 20-page essays. Colledge U is way more fun than that. And will take less time than a COM 101 lecture. But what is Colledge U anyways, and why should you be excited about it?
Well, we're excited to tell you.
The summer season has begun, and as provinces across Canada are slowly opening up bars and restaurants, the time to get ready for those customers who are going to want to enjoy a frozen drink is now.
At long last, bars and restaurants are reopening in Canada. As consumers begin to reunite with family and friends, there is extra pressure on restaurants to make their post-pandemic reunions more memorable and meaningful than ever. Bringing "back of the house" cooking in front of guests is a great way to add intrigue and human connection to modern-day dining experiences.
The team at W.D. Colledge is well-versed on the benefits, strategies, and tactics of food storage. In fact, this is one of our prime areas of focus when it comes to helping out foodservice operators across Canada.
Summer is approaching at rapid speeds and after 14 months of staying indoors other than to grab essential items, things are slowly progressing towards opening back up in Canada. Staycations are the newest trend and as restrictions ease up, the excitement to reunite with loved ones is on everyone's mind. While this summer won't look quite the same as summer's past, there are a lot of thrilling trends retailers and wholesalers can look forward to focusing on when encouraging consumers to safely get back out there.
The weather is getting warmer, and it's transitioning into the long-awaited summer months in Canada (finally!) Whether you're a fan of hiking, boating, or even heading to the Calgary Stampede, most Canadians stand in solidarity that summer is the absolute best in Canada.
In many cities and provinces, ground zero for the Covid pandemic began in senior care communities across Canada. Because of their population density and focus on communal spaces, these types of residences have been hit hard.